Those are big selling extras in China for Mercedes-Benz.
The German auto manufacturer is showing off its new flagship S-Class luxury sedan at the Frankfurt Auto Show.
The 2015 S 500 Plug-In Hybrid features advanced driver assistance and safety systems.
Cameras and radar mean the car can adjust the suspension for rough pavement ahead, and drive itself in stop-and-go traffic.
But buyers aren't likely to notice.
Most S-Class cars are chauffeur driven.
Mercedes says the hybrid gets 78 miles per gallon.
Prices haven't been announced.